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Non-isolated Synchronous Buck DC-DC Power Supply Basic Simulation Circuit

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Description

  • Basic simulation circuit of Non-isolated Synchronous Buck DC-DC Power Supply Basic Simulation Circuit that can operate on OrCAD®.
  • Input voltage : DC 12 V
  • Output voltage : DC 5 V
  • Output power : 40 W

Features

  • Bundled simulation circuit and device models.
  • Able to edit power supply specificatoin and devices freely.
  • Able to set power supply specificatoin and ciruit parameters on OrCAD®

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Toshiba items

Part Number Device Category Portion Usage Description
TPH6R003NL MOSFET High-side・1 U-MOSⅧ-H/30V/6mΩ(Max)@VGS=10V/SOP Advance
TPH2R903PL MOSFET Low-side・1 U-MOSⅨ-H30V/2.9mΩ(Max)@VGS=10V/SOP Advance

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*Switched Mode Power Supply Library is the service which can select and download various basic topologies of power supply unit based on your actual requirement to verify the behavior of MOSFET with your simulation environment. 

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